Chen style

Chen style (dtsn stīl), the oldest known style of tai chi, derived from Chen family boxing; movements are quick and large. See also tai chi.
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Tai chi is a martial art that's not just about defending yourself, said Byron Hartman, 30, of Seattle, a follower of Chen's for five years who trains and teaches in the Chen style.
While the Sun, Yang and Wu styles are appropriate for most people, the Hao style is more challenging, and the Chen style includes combat techniques better reserved for younger people.
Lin came to the class because he's a friend of Shirai's, he said, and the two practice the same kind of tai chi - the Chen style, which originated in China's Hunan Province.
For tai chi, the Sun, Yang and Wu styles are fine for most older adults, but the Hao and Chen styles are more challenging.